‘She/ Hulk’ Finally Addresses the ‘Eternals’ Fallout
Marvel’s newest series has arrived, and it has introduced the MCU’s newest hero; and achieving what every good Marvel project does, it has continued the expansion of the Marvel Universe, as She/ Hulk finally addresses the Eternals fallout.
There are few Marvel comic book characters that are as interesting and beloved as Jennifer Walters, a hero who maintains her very own space in the vast and ever-expanding pantheon of Marvel characters that have debuted in its decades of titles.
A character is torn between the status that accompanies her commitment to her job as a lawyer- eventually for the superhuman community- and the burdening responsibility that is set upon her by the superpowers she inadvertently received from her cousin; the Hulk.
Walters is a character that has always been very unique, endearing, and fascinating from a narrative perspective, and her penchant for comedic stories has informed her first ever live-action adaption, and her most recent Disney+ series of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The hero’s ability to fourth wall break has driven the series’ commitment to the same unique capability for the character in her own MCU series, and it has led to some hilarious moments that see Walters poke fun at the overarching Marvel Universe that she inhabits.
Those hilarious moments have been present throughout the first two episodes of the brand new series, and in the most recent installment, She/ Hulk finally addresses the Eternals fallout and that frozen Celestial that has been present for all of Phase Four, but still not mentioned.
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The moment came when Tatiana Maslany is seeking out new jobs after getting fired from the District Attorney’s office following her transformation into the hero known as She-Hulk, and when the camera quickly cuts to the laptop screen she is looking at, there is a nod to the end of Eternals.
A snapshot of the screen shows an article that references the giant statue of a man sticking out of the ocean, something that at least points to Marvel being cognisant of the loose end from the Eternals finale.